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We are living in a composite world In our visual environment everyscene has consisted of structures or entities that they have made up ofdistinct components as well Studying human visual perception has alwaysaccompanied by questions about the sequence of the processing compoundmaterials Disputes in this issue were seen in fundamental assumptionsof structuralism and gestalt theories where the first believedin early processing of the independent elements but the later emphasiswas on the advanced processing of the whole visual concept Kimchi Plamer 1982 Later the basics of these two viewpoints werereformulated in new models of compound material perception Followingthe basics of the Structuralism Treisman in Feature IntegrationTheory suggested a model in which elements of a specific visualstimulus are processed first at the later level all theserepresentations combined together and form the stimulus Treisman Gelade 1980 It means that the visual concept of a scene derives fromintegrating separate and independent information about the elements ofthe scene Integrative factor is focused attention that attached allfeatures together to form a unite object Treisman Gelade 1980 Incontrary Global Precedence Effect following the basic concepts ofGestalt theory suggested processing progress from overall shape to itselements Navon 1977 However both theories supported with empiricalevidences but the scope of this research discussion is to discuss theglobal precedence effect assumptions and examine the paradigm inspecific perceptual context Human face is a unique type of stimulus It is a key element is socialcommunication provides information about persons age gender raceidentity attractiveness direction of attention level of motivationand also emotional states This information has functional significancein forming human interactions and also human identification LundqvistEsteves Ohman 1999 For example direction of attention and levelof the motivation extracted from someones face determine if the speakershould continue talking or not Some of the facial signals transmittedby the human face contain life affecting information for the observerfor example a sad face transmits signals of unpleasantness and soimmediate processing of the signal is crucial for the observer The human
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